Hair loss can have a significant effect on the quality of life that affects both sexes, carrying most of the time deterioration of psychosocial well being that tends to be more serious in women.
Androgenetic Alopecia, commonly known as “baldness” in males and hereditary loss in women, is the primarily cause of hair loss in male. A common feature from the genetic point of view, produced by androgens in males, and women who are sensitive to them.
It begins at teenage years or at the early adulthood in both sexes and often expresses itself completely around 40 years of age.
Biostimulation is the ideal treatment. It is carried out with:
The plasma of the patient’s own cells: growth factors are active proteins produced by all cells of the body and found in greater proportion into the platelets. This protein complex, derived from platelet-rich plasma obtained from the patient through blood collection and subsequent centrifugation is where you get the “PRP” (platelet rich plasma), wich is applied to the scalp through microinjections directly in the area where refinement and hair loss is observed. PRP growth factors activate the hair root, improve the quality of the hair and stop the fall. PRP is a product prepared autologous in the blood of the patient in a sterile way, being discarded the risks of allergies or disease transmission.
Vitamins and minerals or peptides: the procedure consists in applying microinjections of very fine needles in the scalp, providing the necessary nutrients (amino acids, vitamins, trace elements and vasodilators) which counteracts the effects of the causes that have led to the weakening of the capillary to the affected areas.